Monday, June 28, 2021

2021 Internship Grant Recipients Announced

ASEEES is pleased to announce the 2021 recipients of our Internship Grant Program. This program provides MA, PhD, and professional school students and recent graduates (i.e. those who have graduated no more than two years prior to the competition deadline) with grants that make it possible for them to accept unpaid or underpaid internships in areas directly related to Russian studies. The program promotes the entry of young scholars with considerable Russian studies expertise into sectors outside traditional academia, including not-for-profit and non-governmental organizations, business/trade councils, government, media, the arts, museums, publishers, and other sectors.

Spencer Abbe, U of Oregon, Department of History
Rusana Cieply, UC Berkeley, Anthropology
Shawn Conroy, Ohio State U, History
Caroline Elkin, Johns Hopkins U, School of Advanced International Studies
Jeffrey Fredrich, U of Wisconsin Madison, Russian, East European, & Central Asian Studies
Felix Helbing, U of Pittsburgh, Slavic Languages & Literatures
Emily Kanner, Harvard U, Slavic Languages and Literatures
Aristide LaVey, U of Rhode Island, Library and Information Studies
Dante Matero, Columbia U, Harriman Institute
Rachel Mohr, Georgia Tech, International Affairs
Amelia Parlier, U of Pittsburgh, Katz School of Business
Cordelia Ponczek, U of Oxford, Russian and East European Studies
Alexandra Steiner, Stanford U, Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies

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